Please help Olivia who cannot work due to a blood clot in her lung, myocarditis and an auto-immune disease all caused by the Pfizer vaccine
https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/olivia-has-myocarditis-and-lung-clots Link for Give a Little Pg
n late 2021 Olivia needed to get the Pfizer vaccine to keep her job. She is a very skilled large engine mechanic and services and delivers big machinery. She loved her job. She cannot afford not to have an income as she has rent to pay and children to feed and clothe.
Olivia went to a vaccination centre. She was not asked her medical history nor offered the chance for full informed consent. In my opinion they likely did not draw back first, because everything that happened thereafter strongly suggests that they vaccinated directly into a blood vessel.
Olivia felt immediate swelling in her tongue and throat, felt dizzy and developed a rapidly spreading rash. This was within seconds – minutes. She felt like vomitting and asked for help but was told that she would have to go to the toilets about 100 m away. No one accompanied Olivia. Olivia struggled to the toilets, went inside, closed the door and passed out.
When she was discovered and helped from the loo she was taken to hospital where she was diagnosed with an acute allergic reaction to the Pfizer vaccine and sent home. A week later she returned to hospital with worsening chest pain and shortness of breath and was diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in the lung) caused by the Pfizer vaccine.
Olivia has since been discharged from hospital. Olivia can no longer work. She has run out of sick leave and ACC has said they cannot decide on her income compensation for 5-9 months.
Therefore, she and her children have been forced into near poverty having to survive on $199 per week for the next 5-9 months to cover rent and food and now extensive medical costs as ACC refuses to help until at least May 2022.
And then to make matters worse, Olivia has also developed a vaccine-induced auto-immune disease and vaccine-induced myocarditis. She has near constant chest / heart pain and is short of breath on minimal exertion. She cannot climb a full flight of stairs and she cannot lift her child. She cannot even get enough breath to make herself a sandwich or cup of tea. Those simple activities make her completely breathless and give her intense chest pain. Myocarditis is not mild – 56 % of people die within 5 years of diagnosis and most require life-long cardiology follow-up.
Olivia has been unable to get an exemption for the second vaccine. Therefore, even if she recovers from the current pulmonary embolism and myocarditis, she will be unable to return to her job – which by the way she has always loved.
So please help Olivia and her children.
Note from Sue Reyland (Administrator Founder) Kiwisprotectingourfreedomofexpression.com I have corresponded with DR Alanna Massey Olivia is a Tauranga resident from my home town area of Otumoetai.
Alanna Ratna’s involvement (page creator)
I am a friend.
Use of funds
The money raised will go towards seeking expert cardiology help, an MRI scan of her heart, an echocardiogram and longer term cardiologist follow-up. These have to be done privately. The money will also help with food and rent until ACC hopefully accepts her claims sometime between May and July 2022. If ACC does not accept her claims the money will also be used for a lawyer to take her employer to court to seek costs of living whilst Olivia remains unwell.